The arrest of journalist Fahad Shah comes amid an intensified crackdown on human rights defenders, journalists and activists in Indian-administered Kashmir
A civilian was allegedly killed by the Indian security forces in the Sopore district of Kashmir, according to his family. Following the incident, pictures of the deceased’s grandson sitting on top of his dead body drenched in blood went viral on social media, triggering widespread condemnation
The Doctors Association in Kashmir staged a protest against the rising harassment of healthcare workers on May 26. There have been a number of instances of senior medical professionals being assaulted or prevented from doing their duty by the police
26-year-old photojournalist Masrat Zahra and senior journalists Peerzada Ashiq and Gowhar Geelani have been booked under various charges. Masrat and Geelani are in the dock for their social media posts according to the police
In Srinagar, children and youth were detained and booked under the Public Safety Act.
It has been 60 days since the Indian government abrogated Kashmir’s special status and took away its statehood.
How many more days will the people of #JammuandKashmir be held hostage while the rest of India watches mutely, helplessly, and in complicity?
CPI(M) General Secretary Sitaram Yechury talks about the response of the administration when he landed in Srinagar to meet party leaders and workers
Jammu and Kashmir’s status as an autonomous state in the Indian union changed overnight as its citizens were kept under a complete lock down with all means of communication shut.
Following heavy military deployment, the arrest of political leaders and a communications crackdown, the far-right Indian government introduced provisions in parliament to destroy the autonomy of Jammu and Kashmir and break up the State
Shujaat Bukhari (1968-2018) was a journalist based in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir. On June 14, 2018, Shujaat was brutally gunned down outside his office.
Residents came out on to the streets against cordon and search operations by the Indian security forces. The police and the army used live fire, shotguns and pellet guns against the civilian protesters